Concert on Saturday, June 6, 2015, Sa Taronja theatre - 9 p.m.
Kamila Glass - violin
has been a permanent member of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester (DSO) Berlin since 2002. For almost seven years she has organized, together with Tina Horne, the chamber music series "Serenata Berlin" which has allowed her to invite some of the most interesting musicians not only from Berlin, but from all over Europe and more recently from Israel, to perform in Sa Taronja.
Kamila Glass completed her studies with Prof. Lawrynowicz at the Chopin Academy in Warsaw, as well as Prof. Gronich and Prof. Haiberg at the University of Arts in Berlin, with distinction.
Very early on, Kamila Glass became interested in chamber music and while still in Poland, won several awards in chamber music and violin competitions. She received her "fine-tuning" with the Amadeus Quartet in London. Since then, this passionate chamber musician has played with many different musicians in a variety of ensembles.
From 1998 to 2000 Kamila Glass was a Fellow with the DSO Academy. Today, she herself manages the DSO Academy and organizes and teaches chamber music there.
Kamila Glass plays a violin by Claude Augustin Miremont (Paris, 1872).
Anna Kirichenko - piano
studied piano and composition at the Neshdanowa Music School in her hometown of Odessa. She furthered her studies in piano under Prof. Hans Leygraf at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Since her debut with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Odessa she has worked intensively with orchestras in both Russia and the Ukraine. Anna Kirichenko has played under the baton of Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle, Pierre Boulez and Franz Welser-Möst and was the accompanist for Rainer Goldberg, Roberto Scandiuzzi, Kurt Rydl, Klaus Thunemann, Karl Leister and Reinhold Friedrich. As former winner of the Prokofiev competition she has been a guest at many international festivals; and has made many recordings with Bavarian Radio, the BBC, Radio France and German Radio. Since 1998 Anna Kirichenko has taught at the Hanns Eisler Music School in Berlin. From 2000 to 2002 she also had a teaching post at the Music School of Cologne.
Selina Lohmüller - Clarinet
was born in 1987 in Hechingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and began playing clarinet with her father Josef Lohmüller at the age of 10. As a young student at the Karlsruhe Musikhochschule she studied under Dr. Otto Kronthaler and in 2006 became his full-time student. As of 2008 she continued her studies with Prof. Johann Hindler at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and played regularly as an assistant at the Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Selina Lohmüller gained further orchestral experience as the solo clarinettist of the Vienna Volksoper, the Radio Symphony Orchestra of Stuttgart of the SWR and the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra. As a fellow of the Herbert von Karajan Academy from 2010 to 2012 she was supported by members of the Berlin Philharmonic. From 2012 to 2014 Selina was solo clarinetist of the DSO (German Symphony Orchestera of Berlin).
She is currently studying with Prof. Martin Spangenberg at the Hanns Eisler Music School and plays regularly as an assistant with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Berlin Konzerthaus Orchestra.
On Saturday, June 6th we present a new concert in the Serenata Berlin series in Sa Taronja’s theatre.
Once again, we welome the musicians and friends of the DSO (German Symphony Orchestra of Berlin).
Violinist Kamila Glass, the organiser of the series out of Berlin, has frequently appeared on our stage, and fans of Serenata will remember the wonderful pianist Anna Kirichenko who was with us for a quintet in our 2008 series. The new face this time is rising star clarinettist Selina Lohmüller. Interestingly, in the over 50 concerts we have given with Serenata Berlin in Sa Taronja, we have never had a piano-violin-clarinet trio. The unusual programme, featuring works by very diverse composers, was put together by this trio for a concert in the great concert hall of the cruise ship “Euopa” (five times larger than the Titanic…) last summer.
Selina, still only 28, has notched up some impressive engagements in her short career, playing with the Berlin Philharmonic and many other major German orchestras, and from 2012-2014 was soloist with the DSO. All three are looking forward to presenting this wonderful music in the much less glamourous, but far more intimate, space of Sa Taronja. It will probably be the last full classical concert before the autumn, so we hope many of Mallorca’s music lovers will be there.
Selina Lohmüller - clarinet
Anna Kirichenko - piano
Kamila Glass - violin
Drinks and Tapas-Buffet in Limón y Chelo from 7:30pm.
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Students and unemployed: free entry. Discounts for groups and seniors.
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The programme:
Aram Khachaturian: Trio for clarinet, violin and piano (1932):
Andante con dolore, molto espressione
Allegro-Allegretto-Allegro agitato-Maestoso pesante
Claude Debussy: Sonata for violin and piano g-minor (1917)
Allegro vivo
Interméde. Fantastique et léger
Finale. Trés aniemé
Joseph Horovitz: Sonatina for clarinet and piano (1981)
Allegro calmato
Lenro quasi Andante
Con brio
Igor Stravinsky: Suite from „L´histoire du soldat“ for clarinat, violin and piano (1919)
March of the soldier
The soldier's violin
Little Concert
Tango – Waltz – Ragtime
Devil's dance